Whoa, too many experiences to recount about my days

As both a distributor of T4ULS and as an employee of Emeralds. For those who describe this M2M organization as a cult, sadly you are dead on right. I remember the first function that I worked, my boss told me to wear no other makeup other than Artistry and if I had a “negative” brand to apply it in the toilet stall! No kidding! Don’t let their downline see me with Clinique LOL. I also remember working from 7 am to almost 2 am on the Saturday of the function, no real meal breaks and bathroom breaks hard to come by. Couldn’t get up to get some coffee or soda. Eventually, some professional convention planners were hired, but the pressure to be “on” was enormous. Now mind you, I am the kind of person, for better or worse, that finds it difficult to be happy happy smiley social and I don’t tend to trust people who don’t feel or express real emotions, thinking that you always have to be “UP.” (No doubt a “negative” personality trait LOL)! Trust me, when I had some quiet time, I took it! I didn’t stick around the function and not sure if anyone noticed, but didn’t care. I do recall once in a function in my hometown, some new tool came out and was being pushed by the upline. I was one of the girls working the tables. Soon as there was an intermission, I am not joking, a CRUSH of people ran out to buy this thing (can’t remember what it was offhand) and were so pushy that the edges of the tables were being pushed into our abdomens. Someone tried to tell people to back off, but they didn’t. I felt like I was just thisclose to getting pinned against the wall. And the look on people’s eyes: you think they were WTC survivors who just emerged from the building.

I also remember that in a gubernatorial election in my home state, I had a bumper sticker endorsing the Democratic candidate on my private vehicle (not used EVER for business reasons). My boss told me that his upline Diamond (who is his son in law btw) told me I had to take it down because this candidate “didn’t support free enterprise.” I consulted the ACLU, but this being Texas, there was nothing I could do complaint wise. Kicking myself now for not taking it to the media, but I was too brainwashed to make a stand.

Anyhow, if any of you worked for your upline (I think I read in one of the posts that someone in this club was also a distributor/employee) I am interested in your stories.

I am very interested in getting some general information about T4ULS

I have not found much information about T4ULS (specifically) over the net. I was hoping some of you could help. I am not thinking of joining T4ULS, but I know someone who is involved in it. It’s a long story, but here it goes. I am married to a wonderful man who has a son from a previous relationship. I love my stepson as much as any of my own children, and therefore, worry about his welfare. Approx. 8-9 mos. ago, my husband’s ex and her boyfriend (whom she subsequently married) started acting unusual. They started putting up pictures of dream homes and pictures of themselves next to Ferarri’s, HUM-VEEs, etc. on their refridgerator. They also began sporting flashy clothes and jewelry (all the while my stepson is dressed in the same old sweats for clothes.) They also made it a point to tell us how they would be going “out of town” for the weekend about once a month…like we were supposed to be jealous. We thought this was odd since we knew they couldn’t afford such things. (He works in a warehouse, she in a grocery.) Then he started saying how he was going to retire her soon, buy her a new minivan, get a maid, etc. We were baffled.

One day, while dropping my stepson off, the ex seemed quick get rid of some papers on their table when we walked in. I hadn’t noticed them until she grabbed them like that, and when she did, I noticed the name T4ULS. Well, through some research I found out what it was. Pieces are fitting together and I am convinced they are involved in this. They have gotten a used, but luxury, minivan and my 4 year old stepson claims that his mother is not working anymore because she loves him so much she wants to spend the whole day with him. (And now he wants to know why we don’t love him enough to stay home with him. Although, oddly enough, we can always find him at the babysitters.) So I am just wondering what the income possibilities for someone in “the business” for 8-9 mos. is. I don’t think this is a jealousy thing, but more of a frustration. I am concerned because my stepson is already subjected to what some people call cult like behavior. His mom is telling him how they are going to move to a humongous home soon (judging by the pictures on their fridge, nothing short of a mansion), and he’s beginning to pick up some unusual attitudes. He’s starting to call people stupid, losers, idiots, etc. He’s never done that before. Also, he’s begun comparing what my husband and I have (which is a pretty good living for a young couple who both work full time and are trying to finish college) to his mom’s new minivan or the house she SAYS she’s going to have. Plus, I’m afraid that if Mr. T4ULS makes it big, it will convey the wrong idea about school, work, etc. to my stepson.
(Both of them barely finished high school and are not the brightest of bulbs.) I don’t know, it’s just my belief that my children and their generation won’t be able to get anywhere without a degree of some sort. Read more at Markets.

And I must admit that it will really make me upset (note: upset, not jealous) and question my life’s choices if these two get rich off of this while my husband and I scrimp and save to get through college and then pay off the student loans that come after that…college we attended to better ourselves and the lives of our children! An ex of my sister is also in T4ULS and claims he makes $2,000.00 a month. (He tried to recruit my sis and persuade her to come back to him. He didn’t say if that was gross or net, plus he’s definitely the type to embellish on his accomplishments.) I’m sorry to go on and on, but these are things that are really weighing on my mind and we really want some honest opinions of T4ULS. I thank you all for your time (and patience with this long posting.)